The Vesevo 2016 Greco di Tufo wine is of the Greco variety from Italy, produced within the nan vineyard in the Southern Italy province. The cost is $20. This wine has a score of 91/100 (an outstanding score).
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The warm, honeyed aromas are right up front on this wine. It’s a bit heavy in the mouth, but it’s a smooth, slender, close-grained wine that’s ready to drink now.
The Merlot is the dominant varietal in this wine, which is made by the Merlot family. It is an extremely rich wine with an abundance of black plum fruit. It is a beautiful and balanced wine, with generous, concentrated tannins and a honeyed aftertaste.
The Merlot in this blend has an edge of green, which adds a creamy, rich texture to the fruit character. The wine is a rich and soft wine, ripe and ready to drink. It’s a fresh wine with a great potential. Drink from 2018.
Tight and dry, this is an elegant wine that is now well balanced between its red fruits and acidity. The acidity gives a lift to the wine, giving a bright, fresh aftertaste. Drink from 2018.
This is a soft, smooth and creamy wine with an attractive red-currant character. It is a fruity wine that has a crisp aftertaste. Drink now.
The Wine is soft and round, with a good balance of fresh fruit and acidity. Aromas of strawberry, pear and grass carry over to the palate, where the acidity is tempered by the freshness.
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